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Keith  Young
In Memory of
Keith  Anthony
Young
1976 - 2018
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leslie young
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Oriana
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Ariadna and Andrew
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Sheldon and Terry
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Leslie and Roberto Young
"My Dear and loving son;you will always be in our heart.Love MOM & Dad"
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Burton & Jackie Louissaint
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Michelle Welch
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Obituary for Keith Young

Keith   Young
Keith Anthony Young was born on November 10, 1976 in Brooklyn, New York. He attended elementary school in Brooklyn at Little Flower Catholic School and attended middle school in Brandon, Fla. When his family returned to the east coast, he became a member of South Brunswick High School varsity football team in New Jersey where he later graduated from.

Keith worked in several diverse areas in bookkeeping for United Federation of Black Organization, Clairemont Neighborhood Centers and construction for Hallen Construction Corp. in the New York City area. A dedicated sport fan following the NY Yankees, the Boston Celtics and the New England Patriots.

For those who knew him well Keith was a mystery...from serious to silly and even off at times in the clouds. He shared in his wisdom on life, love and politics. Spending time with family and learning about his Panamanian culture and values was so important to the extent that he taught himself how to speak, read and write spanish. He left his mark on everyone that met him...will always be remembered by his gentle demeanor and overpowering charm.

He is survived by his parents Roberto and Leslie Young, sister Ariadna and brother-in-law Andrew; aunts (Roxana, Jackie, Lyretha and Yolanda), uncle Ronnie, a host of cousins, scores of friends and extended family. He will always remain in our hearts.
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